By Brendon Leslie
by: Tyler Shaw
On Tuesday night, Florida’s Conservative Voice hosted another great podcast at Seed to Table. This week’s podcast featured a fantastic guest, Rosemary Zore, founder of the Fallen Officers.
Brendon Leslie kicked off the podcast inviting everyone to attend Southwest Florida’s next America First Rally taking place July 10th at 11:00am at the Old Lee County Courthouse in Downtown Fort Myers. The theme of the rally is “Don’t Stop Believing” and will feature conservative speakers, including Drew Montez-Clark and Brendon Leslie.
Our patriots began by discussing recent news, specifically, the text messages sent by Hunter Biden that recently surfaced showing his racial slurs to refer to a black American. Our patriots talked about how these text messages show that the same Biden administration that tries to pander to the black community doesn’t think highly of them behind the scenes. Drew-Montez Clark spoke on the issue saying, “It’s a big deal because that speaks to the character of not only Hunter Biden but the Biden administration.”
Next, our patriots introduced our guest Rosemary Zore, founder of the Fallen Officers. Rosemary explained how the Fallen Officers, which supports the Robert L. Zore Foundation, honorably supports the families and departments of police officers that have been killed in the line of duty across the United States. Our patriots then discussed with Rosemary why her foundation is important now more than ever in today’s America where there seems to be a war on cops. Rosemary said, “My father, he gave his life, he left behind his family… I want others to know that they’re not alone in feeling the way that they do and that our foundation’s here for them.”
Afterwards, we heard from Alfie Oakes, owner of Seed to Table, who talked about the importance of being involved in elections. Alfie began by talking about how he recently returned from the largest ever school board meeting he had ever attended and how every parent at the meeting was advocating for the end of critical race theory in schools, along with the mandatory mask mandates. Alfie went on to discuss the importance of being involved in your local school board elections saying, “There were a lot of people who were mad today, I was mad, but you know who we’re mad at? We’re mad at ourselves. We’re not mad at them. We allowed the teachers unions to pump the money in there and get these weak individuals in there that would do whatever they want because we weren’t paying attention.”
Finally, our patriots closed by talking about a little bit of everything, including how a California county just rescinded 25% of the state’s COVID-19 related deaths, how conservatives across the nation are gaining support after President Biden’s first 100 days in office, and how conservatives are optimistic about the 2022 midterm elections.
Thank you to everyone who tuned in to this week’s podcast! Join Drew-Montez Clark, Alfie Oakes, and Brendon Leslie for next week’s podcast at Seed to Table or on live stream Tuesday, June 15th at 7pm. We hope to see you there!
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Florida’s Voice is a patriotic news network that you can trust to deliver the truth with no hidden agenda. Founder and Editor in Chief Brendon Leslie left his job in mainstream news to practice journalism as it should be, unbiased and unbossed.